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Strana 316 - L'amour vainqueur et la vie opportune, Ils n'ont pas l'air de croire à leur bonheur Et leur chanson se mêle au clair de lune, Au calme clair de lune triste et beau, Qui fait rêver les oiseaux dans les arbres Et sangloter d'extase les jets d'eau, Les grands jets d'eau sveltes parmi les marbres.
Strana 435 - McCoRM1cK. 8vo., 1os. 6d. net. BRITISH BIRDS. With a Chapter on Structure and Classification by FRANK E. BEDDARD, FRS With 16 Plates (8 of which are Coloured), and over 100 Illustrations in the Text. Crown 8vo., gilt edges, 6s. net. BIRDS IN LONDON. With 17 Plates and 15 Illustrations in the Text, by BRYAN HOOK, AD McCoRM1cK, and from Photographs from Nature, by RB LODGE.
Strana 590 - ... of his feelings, delivered in the most affecting tones of voice, and with gestures that belong only to nature. It was a fiction as delightful as fancy, and as touching as truth. A few nights before I saw him in " Abel Drugger," and had I not seen him in both, I should have thought it as possible for Milton to have written " Hudibras," and Butler " Paradise Lost," as for one man to have played "Hamlet" and "Drugger
Strana 589 - To the most eloquent expression of the eye, to the handwriting of the passions on his features, to a sensibility which tears to pieces the hearts of his auditors, to powers so unparalleled, he adds a judgment of the most exquisite accuracy, the fruit of long experience and close observation, by which he preserves every gradation and transition of the passions, keeping all under the control of a just dependence and natural consistency.
Strana 487 - Odes? it is odd enough, but each is the half of a considerable man, and one the counterpart of the other. The first has but little invention, very poetical choice of expression, and a good ear. The second, a fine fancy, modelled upon the antique, a bad ear, great variety of words and images, with no choice at all. They both deserve to last some years, but will not.
Strana 254 - Pure is the colour of the green flags, the slender pointed blades — let the thought be pure as the light that shines through that colour. Broad are the downs and open the aspect — gather the breadth and largeness of view. Never can that view be wide enough and large enough, there will always be room to aim higher. As the air of the hills enriches the blood, so let the presence of these beautiful things enrich the inner sense.
Strana 217 - Rossetti. - A SHADOW OF DANTE : being an Essay towards studying Himself, his World and his Pilgrimage.
Strana 651 - HE STARK MUNRO LETTERS. Being a Series of Twelve Letters written by STARK MUNRO, MB, to his friend and former fellow-student, Herbert Swanborough, of Lowell, Massachusetts, during the years 1881-1884. Illustrated. " Cullingworth, ... a much more interesting creation than Sherlock Holmes, and I pray Dr. Doyle to give us more of him.
Strana 217 - The Orbs Around Us; a Series of Familiar Essays on the Moon and Planets, Meteors and Comets, the Sun and Coloured Pairs of Suns. By RA Proctor, BA Second Edition, with Chart and 4 Diagrams. Crown 8vo. 'js. 6d. Other Worlds than Ours; The Plurality of Worlds Studied under the Light of Recent Scientific Researches.
Strana 364 - THE PENITENT A MAN met a lad weeping. "What do you weep for?" he asked. "I am weeping for my sins," said the lad. " You must have little to do," said the man. The next day they met again. Once more the lad was weeping. " Why do you weep now ? " asked the man. "I am weeping because I have nothing to eat,